It's time to make a difference in our own lives. Our retirement can last 20, 30 years or even longer. The number of octogenarians in this world, those reaching 80-89 years of age, is now the norm. The chances of becoming a nonagenarian, those reaching 90-99 years of age, is on the cards. Life expectancy is increasing across the world, and the world population has also increased rapidly, the number of Centenarians is expected to increase quickly in the future.
Doing what you are passionate about brings the best in you; and it makes you feel delighted to offer the service pleasurably. It thrills me when I see old people still standing strong and doing great things because of their commitments to work at their early phase of life. This leaves me with wonders and deep thoughts on why young ones shouldn’t emulate same path they followed in achieving their success.
An 87 year young Australian, Kawena Gordon; is a lifetime member of the Psychics Directory and a strong woman who has re-invented herself in her 50’s and still engaging in work activities. She went into teaching meditation after learning how to sing for three months.
Discovering the healthiness of deep quality breathing when learning to sing in her previous years sets her on a path she never imagined.